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    • Rydving, Håkan; Olsson, Stefan (2016)
      "What were the ideas about conflicts and conflict resolutions in the Nordic countries during the Vendel Period and the Viking Age? What role did i.e. gender and power hierarchies play in the conflicts? All of the contributing ...
    • Key, Alexander (2018)
      How does language work? How does language produce truth and beauty? Eleventh-century Arabic scholarship has detailed answers to these universal questions. Language Between God and the Poets reads the theory of four major ...
    • Skinner, Patricia (2017)
      Medieval Literature; Medieval Philosophy; History of Medieval Europe
    • Blaudeau, Philippe; Nuffelen, Peter (2015)
      This volume focuses on the role played by historiography in the selection, processing and transmission of knowledge in Late Antiquity. In particular, the transmission of documents (civil and ecclesiastical, authentic and ...
    • Hovden, Eirik; Lutter, Christina; Pohl, Walter (2016)
      How did Christianity, Islam and Buddhism frame the emergence and significance of particular communities in medieval Eurasia? This volume of well-linked comparative studies addresses the terminology of community, genealogies, ...
    • Davies, Matthew (2016)
      This volume contains selected essays in celebration of the scholarship of the medieval historian Professor James L. Bolton. The essays address a number of different questions in medieval economic and social history, as the ...
    • Jasperse, Jitske (2020)
      This book argues that the impressive range of belongings that can be connected to Duchess Matilda Plantagenet allows us to perceive elite women’s performance of power, even when they are largely absent from the official ...
    • Beauchemin, Jacques (2011)
    • Bates, David; D'Angelo, Edoardo; van Houts, Elisabeth (2018)
      This volume is based on two international conferences held in 2013 and 2014 at Ariano Irpino, and at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. It contains essays by leading scholars in the field. Like the conferences, the volume seeks ...
    • Herrin, Judith; Nelson, Jinty (2016)
      In the long-debated transition from late antiquity to the early middle ages, the city of Ravenna presents a story rich and strange. From the fourth century onwards it suffered decline in economic terms. Yet its geographical ...
    • Altaweel, Mark; Squitieri, Andrea (2018)
      This book investigates the long-term continuity of large-scale states and empires, and its effect on the Near East’s social fabric, including the fundamental changes that occurred to major social institutions. Its geographical ...
    • Stahl, Henrieke; Odesskij, Michail (2016)
    • Lößlein, Horst (2019)
      The prevalent image of the late Carolingian age is one of decline and fall. Charles III the Simple’s (893/898−923) rule, which has hardly received any scholarly attention since the late 19th century, is perceived to have ...
    • Dijkman, Jessica (2011)
      The late Middle Ages witnessed the transformation of the county of Holland from a peripheral agrarian region to a highly commercialised and urbanised one. This book examines how the organisation of commodity markets ...
    • Fern, Chris; Dickinson, Tania; Webster, Leslie (2019)
      The Staffordshire Hoard: An Anglo-Saxon Treasure tells the story of the Staffordshire Hoard’s discovery and acquisition, and the six-year research project that pieced its fragments back together, identified its objects and ...
    • Dutton, Elisabeth (2019)
      This chapter considers early modern academic drama performed at St John’s College, Oxford. Dutton begins by describing the college household materials on which such performances drew, adopting a productively broad definition ...
    • Wood, Philip (2013)
      This book is a study of the cultural and political history of Christian Iraq, the Church of the East, the so–called ‘Nestorians’. This history is seen through the Chronicle of Seert, a medieval Arabic Chronicle that reuses ...